That’s a good question. But unfortunately not really possible to eliminate wheel to fender gap without lowering the vehicle.
I would say 18x9.5 +38 with 265/35/18 tires would do the trick. But keep in mind that different tire manufacturers can run wider than others. For example, a Yokohama...
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Lol yes he’s trying out different splitters. His current one is custom made by my friend Amir at RSFuture.
At least we agree on the aero balance. Splitter length is one thing. If most people are running stock with power around 400hp, 1” of splitter performance can be made with suspension...
Aero will work based on how YOU need it to as a driver.There’s a balance to it. No set method as to the fastest option. Take a look at the Art of Attack CTR build for some useful tried and true performance from a great team and track driver. Same goes for USR with a great build.
so much misinformation here.
A 3” blade will provided downforce regardless. 4” rule of thumb? @Jotun Please share your info on this. Of course the longer the blade the more downforce, to say anything less isn’t going to make a difference would be wrong. All of my splitters I’ve used on my CTR...
Apologies Michael, like I've said on the CTR Track FB group, thanks for the clarity and hoping to see on-going positive track tests. I'll add that I would jump on replacing my current upgraded koyo radiator.
Michael, my intentions are not to be negative. All of us track guys will question a "cure-all". That's great if it really does help, but please forgive me if a fellow Track goer asked for a little more data. I have no experience at thunder hill west so awesome if it cured the overheating. I even...
Got it. I don’t think you were going fast enough to overheat, no offense Specially with those tires.
I’ll just post these quotes from fast track guys:
And a reply from someone who got the race version of the radiator and t
In conclusion, a radiator does not fix the issue.
Agreed on all points. I have all the cooling mods, during the end of my hotlap I shift early around 5k rpm. I immediately begin a cool down afterwards, otherwise 1/4 of the way into the second hotlap my temps rise to 250F+ (monitored via my oil temp gauge).
Yes I keep in touch with them. I’ll definitely grab a set when they are ready for production! I had tried to retrofit one of their s2k quick release mounts but couldn’t make it work without removing the brake ducts.